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This answerThis answer to my previous question made me thinking -- why Voyager wasn't able to travel back in time, in the end of "Future's End" episode, without assistance of Capt. Braxton's ship / 29th century technology / created time rift, if in "Star Trek: First Contact" TNG crew managed to return back to "their" time without assistance from the Borg or anyone else?

This answer to my previous question made me thinking -- why Voyager wasn't able to travel back in time, in the end of "Future's End" episode, without assistance of Capt. Braxton's ship / 29th century technology / created time rift, if in "Star Trek: First Contact" TNG crew managed to return back to "their" time without assistance from the Borg or anyone else?

This answer to my previous question made me thinking -- why Voyager wasn't able to travel back in time, in the end of "Future's End" episode, without assistance of Capt. Braxton's ship / 29th century technology / created time rift, if in "Star Trek: First Contact" TNG crew managed to return back to "their" time without assistance from the Borg or anyone else?

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Why Voyager required assistance to travel back in time in the end of "Future's End" episode?

This answer to my previous question made me thinking -- why Voyager wasn't able to travel back in time, in the end of "Future's End" episode, without assistance of Capt. Braxton's ship / 29th century technology / created time rift, if in "Star Trek: First Contact" TNG crew managed to return back to "their" time without assistance from the Borg or anyone else?